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Our 4th annual community yearbook rounds up the top projects, technologies, and stories from 2018. Also read our archives:

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Brain and data illustration

The old strategy of building small, focused applications is new again in the modern microservices environment.
Email arriving at a mailbox

A few simple guidelines can help you provide better feedback.
Gift box opens with colors coming out

Receiving feedback can be hard. These tips will help.
penguin on ice, blue background

The Linux kernel turns another year older on August 25.
Browser window with birthday hats and a cake

On GNOME's 21st birthday, we highlight some of the features we enjoy the most.
Remote people connected on clouds

It's harder for programmers from less-privileged nations trying to achieve success alongside people from countries with many material advantages.
a big flag flying in a sea of other flags, teamwork

Slackware boasts a unique history and a loyal user base.
Open community, gardeners and food co-op

What happens when a Benevolent Dictator For Life moves on from an open source project?